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February 7, 2012 · Leave a Comment

A New Device for Monitoring Stroke Patients Before a Recurrence

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Researchers at the Mayo Clinic in Florida have shown that cerebral optically-based near infrared spectroscopic oximetry applied to patients who have suffered a stroke can help monitor regional cerebral perfusion in real time, and thus “may serve as a useful, noninvasive, bedside intensive care unit monitoring tool to assess brain oxygenation in a direct manner.” […]

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Tags: blood oxygen, Casmed of Branford, cerebral optically-based near infrared spectroscopic oximetry, cerebral perfusion, Connecticut, Fore-Sight, Journal of Neurosurgery, stroke


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